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Old 31 Mar 2010, 08:05 AM   #1
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I'm look to format an output of a calculation into time using VB and it's driving me nuts does anyone have any ideas based on the function below?

Example Values

TotalMinutes = 90.5
Distance = 16
PaceCalc = 5.66

I want to display pace calc as minutes and second not just minutes so rather than getting a result of 5.66 minutes i want a result of 5 Minutes 40 Seconds (IE 0.66 times 60 = 39.6 (40 Rounded)). How can i isolate the digits to the right of the decimal place and times these by 60 rather than the whole result?

    Private Function PaceCalc(ByVal Hours As Integer, ByVal Minutes As Integer, ByVal Seconds As Integer, ByVal Distance As Decimal) As Double

        ' Function Calculates average pace from data supplied from textboxes on form

        Dim Time As New TimeSpan(Hours, Minutes, Seconds)
        Dim TotalMinutes As Double = Time.TotalMinutes

        PaceCalc = TotalMinutes / Distance

    End Function

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Old 31 Mar 2010, 08:50 AM   #2
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thanks for the link u fortunately wasn't able to help in this case but plenty of big hammers and alittle time problem solved.

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